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Cancer Treatments

Texas Oncology offers leading-edge cancer treatments in Texas with personalized care at a location close to you.

Like you, every form of cancer is unique. While no single cancer treatment is right for everyone, we create an evidence-based plan, which may include a combination of treatment types specific to your needs. Your oncologist will outline the ones most appropriate for your disease, and discuss the order and the advantages and risks of each treatment.

The majority of Texas Oncology’s cancer treatments and services are performed in an out outpatient setting so you can receive quality cancer care and leading-edge technology without leaving your support network of nearby friends and family.

Texas Oncology offers the following cancer treatments:

Blood and Bone Marrow Transplants

Blood and bone marrow transplants (BMT) offers treatment options for diseases once thought incurable.

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Chemotherapy is a group of medicines used to treat cancer. While surgery and radiation therapy target specific areas of the body, chemotherapy works systemically (throughout the body). Chemotherapy can also destroy cancer cells that have metastasized to parts of the body away from the original tumor site.

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CAR-T Therapy
CAR-T therapy, a type of immunotherapy, is now available at Texas Oncology.
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Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) With Cytoreductive Surgery
Rebecca L. Wiatrek, M.D., FACS, and CDR Christopher R. Oxner, M.D., FACS, USN, are surgical oncologists in Austin with expertise in performing cytoreductive surgery with hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy.
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Immunotherapy is an innovative and advanced form of targeted cancer therapy that boosts your body’s own immune system and defense mechanisms to fight cancer at the cellular level.

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Precision Medicine
Precision medicine in cancer treatment, or precision oncology, is also called “personalized medicine” and is a rapidly evolving approach to cancer treatment and prevention that allows physicians to select treatments that are most likely to help patients based on a genetic understanding of their disease.
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Proton Therapy

Proton therapy is an advanced form of radiation therapy that delivers high-energy proton beams directly to tumors with pinpoint precision.

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Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy is the use of high-energy X-rays to stop cancer cells from growing and multiplying. About half of all people with cancer receive radiation treatment, and for many individuals, radiation is the only cancer treatment they need.

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Surgery can be useful to diagnose cancer, determine its stage of development, and to treat it. One common type of surgery that may be used to help with cancer diagnosis is a biopsy.

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Some forms of cancer do not require immediate treatment.

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Targeted Therapies

Targeted therapies attack the genes, proteins, or tissue environment that contributes to your cancer’s growth and survival.

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